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Active Reports - Show "Reprint" on a reprinted document

Active Reports - Show "Reprint" on a reprinted document

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Hi Guys,

If my users reprint certain documents, I want to show the word "REPRINTED" on the doucument.

I've gotten so far as to add repeat as a parameter before I invoke the report form, for a repeat print(     paramList.Add(New ReportParameter("DocumentType", ("REPEAT"), False))

 but have no idea how to use this within my report. I'm not even sure this is the right way to go?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Many Thanks

Newbie75


RE: Active Reports - Show "Reprint" on a reprinted document

Are you saying they can make one print and not see "Reprint" and the next time, say a week later, it says "Reprint"?

If this is the case  I think I would save the information in a database and then do a check before printing and set a label to visible or hidden

OR

Open, print and then if they print before closing, show "Reprint"?


If this is the case, I would set a value upon "Open" ("bPrinted = False") and after printing one time, set it to
true

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